Loyal Cat refuses to leave bedside of dy.ing grandma who raised her

It’s never easy to get over the passing of a loved one, it would appear this is the same for cats as well.

Animals feel the same hea.rtbre.ak has us human beings when they lo.se there owner especially in this particular case this elderly lady is the only person that this cat has ever known bless him my condolences to this perious cat rest in peace!



The cat has loved one woman unconditionally pretty much all of her life, 96-year-old Sarah Whaley. Of course she wouldn’t. If someone you love dearly is dy.ing you want to stay with them and hold their hand.

In 2014, Alexis Hackney and her family found Trooper while flipping a house, they could hear her meowing from the basement and went to investigate. Alexis said: She was in the wall, and my mom and sister had to get a sledgehammer, and bu.st out the sheetrock and get her.


She was about 2 weeks old. Her eyes were barely open. They took the kitten home where she formed a close bond with their grandmother Sarah who lived with them. The family hadn’t realized how close the two were until Sarah fe.ll i.l.l.


Trooper slept on her bed most of the time and was constantly bringing her gifts from around the house. When Sarah sa.dly pas.sed away Trooper was inconsolable. She’s not a very vocal cat, but she was just walking around the house, cr.ying all of the time.


Trooper is doing better now but misses Sarah very much.

It is said that people don’t really understand cats and that they are aloof, but this shows that they do have feelings and care very much about the humans they share their life with. Cats are not aloof at all, they do care for their humans and other cats.



What a sweet angel! We do hope that there will be someone to take care of her after her owner pas.ses away.

One of my worst fears….. dying and leaving my fur babies behind. Cats are so lovable and loyal. We could learn so much from them.

Bless them both.


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